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not produced jobs as we have seen. >> let me bring in steve forbes who is editor and chief of "forbes", and good to see you, steve. are you seeing assurance in the numbers or what are you making to the markets? >> after falling 1,130 points in the last three trading days it is nice to see recapture 186 points from the loss. the key thing from washington, you will have to see a big change of policy either on the stop the weak dollar policy or a serious effort to fundamentally simplify the tax code and one of those two initiatives would be good for the markets, but i don't see that happening quite yet. >> let's talk about what is good for the markets and the economy overall, because there is a couple themes i have heard over and over as i watched the pundits over the last 24 hours, steve. calling congress back and you heard john say that one high level democrat thought that would be highly productive, and the second is that the president should come forward with a specific plan whether it is what you have suggested or something to really start to move the economy. does he have that kind
this video could easily have gotten caught in the crush. steve mitchell is with i understand you were originally supposed to be much closer to this stage. why, first of all, did you move back? >> well, it wasn't my choice. earlier in the day it was changed to a sound board shoot rather than -- rather than a pit shoot. that's kind of common in the industry, last-second changes might occur. fortunately for me it save made life and my fellow photographers. >> help us, steve to make sense of these images that you shot. what was going on in those first moments after the collapse? i mean, what was your reaction? >> well, we were standing at the sound board and actually looking down the track, we knew we were going to be hit by severe weather. obviously just expecting heavy rains. coming down, a dusty dirt track, there was something i had never seen before, the -- there was a big dust storm and it -- but it wasn't linear, it was almost circular, something i had never seen before. and actually, that's when it got about 30, 40 yards to us, there were a few photographers that actually
visionary steve jobs will not be running apple. the game-changing company he helped to launch more than three decades ago. jobs who has been on medical level since january, announced his resignation, quote -- i have always said if there ever came a day when i could no longer meet my duties and expectations as apple's ceo, i would be the first to let you know. unfortunately, that day has come. jobs will remain chairman of apple. >>> rarely, if ever, has a modern ceo so defined a company, its products and its success. in 1977 everybody he ushered in the personal computer era with the apple ii. 1984, the macintosh. he got pushed out in '85, only to return in 1997 and save the company from bankruptry. we got the i mac, iphone and ipod. i'm joined by peter kafka, senior editor with "all things digital." it's good to see you. >> good morning. >> tell us how he worked. he didn't do focus groups or research study. >> famous autocratic management style, which is he touched every part of that company, every product, every marketing material, it all came from him, all signed off on. he didn't inve
following last week's worst selloff in two years. cnbc's steve liesman joins me live. good morning. is this about what you expected? >> yeah, it's in line. we were down a little bit more in the 250, 260 range. came back a little bit. but we had a poor open and close in asia, europe did not do well. the one asset that's doing well is the asset that was downgraded, u.s. sovereign debt, ten-year notes were right -- we're doing pretty well. that was the opposite of what you might think. but at the end of the day what you have is a flight to safety. the ricochets keep coming. s&p also downgraded some other financial institutions that they say are reliant upon the u.s. sovereign debt. >> they're not backing off on -- they said they would do it again, but treasury secretary tim gooet near over on cnbc, he is absolutely furious with standard & poor's. let me splay a clip of what he had to say. >> i think s&p's shown really terrible judgment. they handled themselves very poorly and showed a stunning lack of knowledge about u.s. fiscal math. i think they drew exactly the wrong conclusion fro
of date which comes from actor, steve martin, from cowboys and aliens, congress? >> before we go, i want to let you know, i'm checking my twitter account and i want to say hi to rebecca campbell who wrote to me, how about a retweet and a shoutout to all of us in memphis in this hot weather. consider it done. stay cool! be right back. woman: day care ce expensive. so to save some money, i found one that uses robots instead of real people. 'cuz robots work for free. robot 1:good morning... robot 1:...female child. sfx: modem dial-up noise woman: flaws? yeah, um, maybe. anncr: there's an easier way to save. anncr: get online. go to get a quote. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. >>> harry potter, mr. rogers and snakes in your car. huge box office week foernd harry potter. it has now conjured up $1 billion worth wild. the deathly hallows, part 2 is expect expected to be the biggest of the year. mr. rogers is making a comeback. it is getting a spinoff, daniel the tiger will get a new animated series. maybe he will change his shoes and wear that cool vest too. >
been criticism, in fact, of the tea party. here's what d.c.c. chair steve israel said on "hardball". >>> you had a group of people, 87 tea party people who continued to go too far who woud out of negotiation every several days. >> so as we look forward to jobs and those issues, were tea party supportive candidates as democrats described them and what does that mean going forward? >> first of all, it's absurd. let's look at facts. if the democrats were serious about controlling spending and moving the economy forward, they would have put on plan something on paper. they never did that. the president didn't do it. the democrats in the house didn't do it. they didn't do it in the senate. so this argument, in my opinion, is absurd on its face. because if they really had any ideas that they wanted to move forward they would have put them on paper and let it be scored by the cbo. what they did is give speeches and rhetoric and talk about things else sew takerly. and i think the biggest objection when it really comes down to it, it's very, very simple. they want washington as usual, polit
hightower in all six "police academy" movies, steve guttenberg and the gang. no word yet how bubba smith died. >>> again, we update you on the breaking news coming from the campus of virginia tech. we are learning more information even as we speak right now. i'm going to read my notes as we talk to you. at this point, federal officials are telling us they're waiting to hear if they are needed at virginia tech. they tell nbc news justice correspondent pete williams that there is no verification that there was actually a gun on campus. that is the good news at this point, that it hasn't been verified. one official says the three campers -- these were student campers on the university property who reported seeing this man with what they thought was a gun, thought it was a long-barreled gun with a shorthandle. but as the university has said, the man who supposedly carried it has not been found. for obvious reasons, this is a haunting story to report to you right now because it was just april of 2007 where so tragically, 33 individuals were killed in what was and remains the deadliest shootin
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